Florida/Caribbean Architect - Fall 2011 - (Page 8)
A W A R D S
EXCELLENCE IN ARCHITECTURE – NEW WORK HONOR AWARD
Split House, sagaponack, new york K/R, miami, florida
This 3,500-square-foot residence occupies a one-acre lot surrounded by dense woods. It was designed for different patterns of domesticity, including solitude, work, interaction and relaxation. The house is composed of two distinct buildings, both of which rest on a common stone terrace. On the north side of the terrace sits the main house with the principal living spaces on the first floor and two bedroom suites above. In between is a mid-level library that extends out beyond the north façade. On the south side of the terrace is the studio building with a pool cabana and single-car garage on the first floor and guest bedroom and artist’s studio above. Split House is constructed of wood and steel framing, limestone-clad walls and wood siding on the upper levels.
“The design of this elegant house shows great skill in defining the openings. The proportions are exquisite and the two buildings not only communicate well with each other but they are very much a part of the landscape.” The Jury
Entry court, main house and studio building. Photography by Michael Moran.
North elevation of main house.
View of studio building, pool and terrace from main house.
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Florida/Caribbean Architect - Fall 2011
Editorial / Diane D. Greer
President’s Message / Michael Lingerfelt
Awards of Excellence in Architecture
Masonry Award and Theoretical and Research Design Award
Unbuilt Design Awards
Florida/Caribbean Architect - Fall 2011